Theatrical Revolutionaries: Vol. 2 Spotlight on Loïe Fuller with Nicole Eun-Ju Bell.

Loie Fuller (1862-1928) was a groundbreaking dancer, designer, performer, engineer, and much more. Her work centred the body in motion while incorporating emergent technologies of her time (most notably: electrical lighting and projection) to enhance her performances and complement her body.


This class will look at Loie Fuller's impact on modern lighting and projection design and how her artistic philosophy can help inform our current use of technology in performance.  How can we create work that exists at the intersection of body and technology?  And what does this mean for us, during a time of distance where creating in traditional theatre spaces cannot happen?

Just as Loie Fuller was multidisciplinary, this class will take a multidisciplinary approach to performance and design and is open to artists of all disciplines.  Let’s break down the lines between performance and design, body and technology, and become cyborgs!


Congratulations for being accepted to participate in this class! During this time of COVID -19 we're happy to be able to offer it for PWYC (pay what you can) with a minimum payment of $25 required to confirm your place in the class. Tuition supports our teaching artists, teacher's assistants and GhostLight's operating cost.

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